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The wiki seems to imply Turing-completeness because no restrictions on jumps are specified here https://ripple.com/wiki/Contracts#Foundational_Ops.

Which is it and what (if any) is the actual intention ?

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    Cool, I didn't even know Ripple had contracts! – ripper234 Mar 22 '13 at 8:43
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    If the language is Turing complete, they will promptly have to be disabled :-) – Alex Kravets Mar 22 '13 at 9:33
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It should be Turing complete. However, every time a contract is invoked, the maximum number of operations the contract can perform is limited. Operations that access a contract must specify an operation count limit to get a limit higher than the default. Higher limits require higher transaction fees.

  • Does the Turing completeness of Ripple allow for denial of service attacks with infinite loops? – goodguys_activate Dec 15 '13 at 1:35
  • @makerofthings7 No, there's a strict limit on how much work a contract can do. – David Schwartz Feb 23 '14 at 21:28

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